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For some reason the section relating to scientific communication at conferences has had a distinctly Chinese flavour….

Poster sessions are the ultimate manifestations of science as an open institution – rarely refereed and only lightly controlled, they have become the researchers’ equivalent of…

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Incunabula project

Guildhall Library is currently working on an exciting project regarding some of the rarest items in our collection – our incunabula. The library holds 72 incunabula – books, pamphlets or broadsides printed in Europe before 1501 – in our historic collections. 523 more words

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The Texture of Evening: McGibbons Provenance 1991 Bladnoch 13 Year Old

Is there any point in reviewing a whisky bottled and shipped in 2004 and only recently found all dusty and alone in a liquor store 10 years later? 1,272 more words


A Raphael study for the Transfiguration in the Rijksmuseum

This post is part of a unique worldwide initiative in the international blogging community to celebrate the life, friendship and achievements of Hasan Niyazi (1975-2013), influential blogger, Raphael scholar and tireless campaigner for open access art history on the internet. 1,951 more words

16th Century

A well-travelled travel book: tracing former owners of a copy of Sandys' Travels (1658)

George Sandys’ Relation of a journey begun an. Dom. 1610, more commonly known as Sandys’ Travels, relates the author’s wanderings through Europe and the Middle East. 560 more words

Cardiff Rare Books Collection

Thomas Callander Campbell Mackie

Thomas Callander Campbell Mackie was born on 17 June 1886 in Helensburgh, near Glasgow. Articled to architect Alexander Nisbet Paterson between 1902 and 1907, he also worked as assistant to William Leiper during these years. 249 more words